1. The paper should show why I am for passive euthanasia.
2.Is it beneficiary to someone who is terminally ill?
3. there should be an overview/summary of position.
4. Analysis of issue, Review of major points 5.what is the relevance to nursing
250 words 2 nursing journals as references within 5 years.
Define and explain the significance of qualitative research methodology. Discuss the different types of qualitative research design. Identify and describe a minimum of two types of sampling techniques used in qualitative research. Describe methods for collecting data for qualitative research.
Where Did the Theory Come FromThis Assignment addresses this course outcome:Explain how theoretical frameworks influence advance.PurposeThe purpose of this Assignment is to explore how a theorist explicates his or her philosophy and thoughts behind a theoretical field. As in other fields of study, nursing has a plethora of theorists and theories. These theorists have developed their paradigm over time enriching it with research and dialogue with other theorists.DirectionsYou are going to explore how a theorist of your choice created his or her theory. Did it develop as an acorn becoming a mighty oak over the decades? Did it arrive as a burst of light like the big bang as some believe created our universe? Was it developed from a blueprint like a spaceship where thousands of scholars worked together to create a rocket to the moon? In point of fact, how is a theory developed? This is what we are exploring.You will pick a theorist who interests you, it does not have to be a nurse theorist. You may also choose from other disciplines such as: behavioral, leadership, business, education, technology.You will become the theorist immersing yourself in the writings from the earliest mentioned to the most current.As you read, look at how you (taking on the persona of the theorist) developed the theory.In the first stage, theorizing occurs. This is where you, as the theorist, identify the concepts of what nursing is and is not. Perhaps you questioned what concepts were guiding those in nursing practice and then started to question your role. You started asking yourself, “Where am I in nursing, and where the profession is going? Is there some overarching concept that guides the professional in his or her practice?” This is where you recognize that a theory is needed.In the second stage, syntax is developed. This is where you will define the terms. Look for changing definitions of terms. Consider, for example, Jean Watson. She starts by defining the word “caring.” Within the last ten years she has refined her terminology changing the term caring to caritas. This demonstrates a growth and maturation from decades of research she and other scholars did to produce the theory of caring.The third stage is theory testing. Defined as the phenomena behind the theory that are exposed through research. The definitions of terms are refined. The theorists and other researchers consider whether this theory helps answer questions that arise in practice. This is where your theory is used in by a widening group of researchers. For example, graduate nursing students request the tool you developed while testing your theory.The fourth and last stage is evaluation. This is where philosophical debate occurs as the concepts are applied through evidenced based practice in the act of providing nursing care.Assignment DetailsFor this Assignment, you are going to write an article for a nursing journal explaining how you developed your theory through the four stages (theorizing, syntax, theory testing, and evaluation). Your paper must be 3 to 5 pages, not including the title and reference pages.To view the Grading Rubric for this Assignment, please SEE ATTACHMENTAssignment RequirementsBefore finalizing your work, you should:Minimum requirement of at least 5 sources of supportbe sure to read the Assignment description carefully (as displayed above);consult the Grading Rubric (under the Course Resources) to make sure you have included everything necessary; andutilize spelling and grammar check to minimize errors.Your writing Assignment should:follow the conventions of Standard English (correct grammar, punctuation, etc.);be well ordered, logical, and unified, as well as original and insightful;display superior content, organization, style, and mechanics; anduse APA 6th EditionNO PLAGIARISM
It is important to understand how middle-range theory can help you in your everyday environment as a nurse. In the previous assignment, you identified a practical problem that emerged from the evidence in the extant literature or professional practice. In this assignment, you will explore and apply middle-range theory to solve the specific problem that you identified in the previous assignment.DIRECTIONS:Consider the problem that you described in the previous assignment and the instructor feedback about that assignment.Write a paper (1,000 to 1,500 words) that describes how middle-range theory can be applied to the identified problem. The paper should include the following:A brief summary of the problem.A description of a middle-range theory that could be applied to the problem. Is this middle-range theory appropriate to your identified problem?A brief discussion of the middle-range theory’s origins.A discussion of how the middle-range theory has been previously applied.A discussion of the application of the middle-range theory to the identified problem. How would your practice change by incorporating this theory?Prepare this assignment according to guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required.APA format, 3 references, the below paper is my previous paper in which this paper needs to be based off ofPYSCHIATRIC PATIENT VIOLENCE AND RESEARCH[jw1] Diane BollGrand Canyon University: NUR 50208-30-2017 Title of paper Problem descriptionThe nurses working in psychiatric units experience various problems. In this case, these problems impact significantly on the quality of care given by such professionals. One of the problems[jw2] faced in the psychiatric workplace setting is patient violence that influences and affects the outcome of nursing management (Arnetz et al, 2015). These cases mostly happen in the acute psychiatric settings. The patient violence against the nursing professionals in their work areas remains a global problem and happens particularly in the mental health care facilities. In this case, the violence results from the nature of the patients’ conditions that results in harm to the self and others. This problem is prevalent to nurses, becauseit is the nurses who take care of the patients and exposed for long hours to the patients (Arnetz et al, 2015). Nurse professionals are the first and the primary health care providers in psychiatric facilities, which places them at high risk to the violence The violence varies from physical to non-physical violence. Research was conducted indicating that about 20% of patients admitted to the psychiatric facilities possess violent behaviors in a variety of ways Need citation here especially with the percent mentioned. The violent behaviors may be associated with various triggers that the only the nurses who have known the patients for a long time can understand (Arnetz et al, 2015[jw3] ). Literature supported rationale for significance of the problemAccording to Richter and Whittington (2006), patient violence significantly affects both the health professionals and the quality of health that the patients receive. The results of these violent behaviors translate to longer hospital stays and readmissions. It also results in work related stress, blame, fear, post-traumatic events, and feelings of abuse and insult. The patient violence against the health professional has a great significance and can be used to help manage the problem and prevent its future occurrence (Richter & Whittington, 2006).A study conducted by Richter and Whittington (2006), offers a significant administration[jw4] , nursing education, practice development, and policy making. More training and proper practice development are associated with helping to handle the violent patients. In this case, the training and proper practice offer the nurses and other health professionals to understand the triggers and the signs of violence that psychiatric patients may display for the anticipation of care[jw5] . Policy making was found to be of great significance in psychiatric nursing. Overburdening of health facilities, overcrowding, and climates of cynicism how come? were found to be great causes of violence in such patients. The De-escalation techniques dealing with fewer skills of physical restraints and focus more on competent and skilled interactions respecting the patient perspectives (Richter & Whittington, 2006[jw6] ).Violence rarely erupts or happens without any warning, the staff need or require optimal training of pre-planned care criteria of when to set various limits because patients remain optimal in any intervention (Phillips, 2016). Detecting and monitoring early warnings and signs helps in allowing for early detection and intervention while the frustration level of the frustration is still low. This remains an empirical evidence because recidivist clients show warning signs prior to performing acts of violence in the psychiatric wards (Phillips, 2016). The violence prevention benefits largely from comprehensive accurate and proper monitoring of patients and violence precipitators (Phillips, 2016[jw7] ).In conclusion, the current research plays an essential role in various aspects of violence prevention in the psychiatric facilities. In this case, literature has indicated that preventing the violence against staff can be reduced through proper administration[jw8] , comprehensive training for triggers and warning signs detection, practice development and proper policy making remain the pillars of reducing and managing the patient violence of all types in the psychiatric facilities[jw9] . References Arnetz, J. E., Hamblin, L., Essenmacher, L., Upfal, M. J., Ager, J., & Luborsky, M. (2015). Understanding patient‐to‐worker violence in hospitals: a qualitative analysis of documented incident reports. Journal of advanced nursing, 71(2), 338-348.Phillips, J. P. (2016). Workplace violence against health care workers in the United States. New England journal of medicine, 374(17), 1661-1669.Richter, D., & Whittington, R. (2006). Violence in mental health settings: Causes, consequences, management. New York: Springer.Excellent job Diane. This is a wonderful topic that you have chosen. Very interesting and informative. I am looking forward to the final paper. When you write the final paper, make sure the reference page is separate from the rest of the paper. Also, make sure paragraphs are at least 3 sentences long. Write the sentences clearer so they are easier to understand. Add the title to the beginning of the paper. Overall, you have a great beginning to your final paper. Nicely done. Thanks. Dr. WrightTo view all of the comments, go to top of page, go to review, go to track changes, go beside track changes and look for simple markup, change to all markup. [jw1]Should not all be in caps. [jw2]Paper should not be justified [jw3]Very interesting topic. Great description of the problem. Well done. [jw4]This needs more clarification to what it means. [jw5]This is really good to demonstrate the significance of the problem in health care. The problems can get out of hand and needs to be managed appropriately. We would not want our health care workers to be assaulted nor other patients. [jw6]Expand on this in the final paper, explain it more clearly. However, this is very relevant to the topic of this paper. Some great reasons in this paragraph to discuss the importance of this topic. [jw7]Good job. This is interesting. Some great interventions. Just try to clean up the sentences to make the clearer and easier to understand. [jw8]Not quite sure what this means. Does this mean administration personnel? [jw9]Good ending. In final paper, make sure that paragraphs have at least 3 sentences.